Posted on August 31, 2016
I’m being admitted in patient and I’m scared I’ve never been admitted before. What is it like?
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I am sorry to hear that. Wishing you all the best for a complete recovery
This is a step that will help you. Praying you feel better soon. Hugs and love!
*hugs* I hope that this will be able to help you
It means that they are going to try to help you. Chin up! Don’t be afraid. We’re all pulling for you and hoping for the best! Hugs.
Hey, I’ve been admitted to psychiatric ward before it is a difficult place to be in but it was very helpful to me as it “broke the cycle” and helped me find other ways of dealing with my emotions besides self harm. So hopefully it will put you on the right track to recovery. Just be on your best behaviour and you won’t have to be there long. Good luck ❤ xxx
It is going to be strange and weird first because it is a new environment, new people, so there is an adjustment period. Plus there is a lot of rules to follow. My experience is they try to keep you busy through the day and interacting with staff and others. Make use of the group therapy and individual. I always found it nice to not have to cook.
Each hospital is different. You may not read this because my experience has been that they take away your phone (BIG MINUS!). I pray that you get great help and support. I think you’ve been building up to this. Also maybe your job is too much for you right now. It will all become clear to you. I’m sending you big hugs and prayers!!! ❤ ❤ ❤
Wishing you the best, prayers!
All the best to you 💜 xxx
Sending you hugs and best wishes. You are in the right place to get well. I cannot speak on a personal level of what you can expect, but through research due to a friend of mine being in the same situation, you should have some info hopefully on your first day about the place you are at, just so you have an idea what to expect.
Each place is different. Some allow you to keep your phone and some don’t and there will be other things that they won’t allow you to have.
I imagine you will be feeling scared right now and as someone else has mentioned, you will find it strange. But while you ate there, you will receive the necessary support. You may find two steps forward and one step back, but as long as you are moving forwards, it doesn’t matter how long it takes.
Praying that every thing goes smoothly and you find the help you need and are
You’re making an important step to recovery!! Your blog people will be here cheering you on the whole way!
Good luck! Hope it helps!
sorry to hear this angela. each hospital is different. its hard to say what it will be like. it depends where you go and what services that hospital offers. sending hugs. xxx
Remember you are going there for help and that will be what they give, please don’t worry and I am sure all your worries will fade xx hope you enjoy reading my blog, I hope your recovery is a happy and speedy one xx Happy 🐇Friday !
Might help if I gave you a link xx lol – keep in touch xx x http://goo.gl/9ctxa2 Best wishes xx 🐇<3
Sending lots of love your way. :)I am so happy to hear you are being proactive. Wishing the very best for you.
You’re deep in my thoughts and prayers. Each hospital is different, but I hope that yours will give you a safe space to stabilize for a while. That’s what mine did, and it was exactly what I needed at the time (even if some parts were unpleasant). ❤
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